I want to tell the small stories.

I write about forgotten places and ordinary people, exploring themes of sisterhood, family patterns, nature, religion, and rural life. As a Northern Appalachian writer from small-town Pennsylvania, I am captivated by ghost towns, post-industrialism, the sacredness of the land, and the allure of the past.


SHIFT, by MTSU Write


The Duquesne University :Lexicon

Read Here

Living Among Ghost Towns

The Watershed Journal Blog

Mount Royal Boulevard, 1966

In Parentheses

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The Juniper Bushes

Marathon Literary Review

The Lunch

The Watershed Journal